A pamphlet of black print on yellowed paper. The front cover lists publication information and a list of the articles. The interior consists of thirty-two pages of text and photographs. The back of the pamphlet has an article titled [Solidarity Between Black and White Workers] and a photograph.
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of a female performer in costume. The woman is depicted standing against a dark curtain. Her proper left arm is raised and her hand rests on the back of her head. Her proper right arm is resting on her proper right hip. She is wearing a light colored, harem-style costume, with a cropped top and wide, full length sleeves, gathered at the wrists as well as light colored, bikini bottoms. Both garments are embellished with sequins. There is an inscription in black ink at the bottom right corner of the photograph, that reads, [To Frank / I Love you / little Boy / From / Pauline / Los Angeles / Cal. / /35/]. There are no inscriptions on the back of the photograph.
A circular pin-back button with red typeface and a graphic of two arms (representing the International Labor Defense) bending open prison bars with nine men's busts below. Red type at the top reads: [SAVE / THE / SCOTTSBORO / BOYS]. The back of the pin has a paper backing with handwriting and print that reads: [5383 / Eagle Regalia Co / 298 Broadway / New York]. A logo of the maker is below the type.
A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white photomontage of two (2) images of Sam Theard. Theard, depicted on the left, is seated with his knees drawn up and his elbows resting on his knees. He is looking up towards the image of Theard on the right. In the image of Theard on the right, he is standing with his arms out, bent at the elbows, with his proper right thumb and middle finger held together as if snapping. Theard is wearing the same outfit in both images: plaid pants held up by diagonally striped suspenders, a white short-sleeve collared shirt, and a white cap with a turned up brim. The photographer's mark, handwritten in green, and located in the center of the bottom edge reads, [Stiger / K.C. Mo.]. In the top left corner of the image is a handwritten inscription in black ink that reads, [From original Lovin Sam Theard. / To a Very Sweet Kid / Laura Cathrell / 12/8/35 / CATCH ON?]. There are no inscriptions on the back of the photograph.
A pamphlet printed on white paper in black ink with the words “They Shall Not Die! / Stop the Legal Lynching! / The Story of Scottsboro in Pictures” printed at the top. The image at center of the cover depicts a black man and a white man chopping down a tree labeled LYNCHING. The date, publisher and illustrator’s name are listed in the bottom left corner of the pamphlet.